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May need help on Pulaski

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My fishing League partner has bailed on me for next Tuesday the 22nd. I have asked another friend of mine that "always wants to go" but he may not know until Monday whether or not he can go.

Is there anyone who would be willing to fish with me in my boat on pulaski on a days notice? It would be Tuesday from 4:30 pm to 9:00 pm. Mainly just trolling and casting for Pike, unless u r a walleye genious on Pulaski then i'll listen to you. This will cost you nothing and i will split the small purse if we win.

Let me know if u r interested!

P.S. If it matters I have a Crestliner Fish Hawk 1750 with a 90 horse.

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If you need someone I would be interested haven't fished Pulaski in a couple years but in the past have fished it a lot. Let me know

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Sounds like My other friend can't make it so if you are still interested let me know.

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Hey TNFL, I fish Pulaski quit a bit, Mostly for Walleyes but may have a few ideas for Pike. Let me know if you still need someone. I live in Buffalo and could be flexible as long as I tell my wife in advance. Let me know.

Dan

Email: Dmork@northerncabinets.com

or Dmork02@charter.net

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TNLF I will not be working on Tuesday I have the day off so I will be free also let me know I have a friend that lives on the lake also. You can let me know by e-mail at junterberger69@hotmail.com. I may even be able to fish it a little during the day to get spots I fish out of a Pro-V so we could fish out your boat when you get there.

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Tiller, too bad you didn't make it out last night. I guess that storm with the lightning aroung 4 pm scared you off. By 5 pm it was partly cloudy and I could see the sun at times. Got a few sprinkles through-out teh evening but nothing major. The fishing was windy but it wasn't too bad with my boat. I trolled most of the night and managed 12 pike. I had to get a few and then verify them with other boats in my league so I could keep catching fish up to the 2 person 6 pike limit. I finished in 3rd place by myself last night, and if two of those pike had been just an inch longer I would have had first.

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